County Board Governance Workshop
Important notice: CCBE's County Board Governance Workshop is cancelled.
Due to escalating concerns about the spread of the coronavirus, CCBE has decided to cancel the CCBE County Board Governance Workshop scheduled this weekend March 15 -16, 2020 at the Embassy Suites Hotel. Attendees will receive a full refund in the amount that was paid. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to process your refund or questions about your refund. We will notify members when this workshop has been rescheduled.
If you have made hotel reservations at the Embassy Suites Hotel, please contact them directly at 916-326-5000, to cancel your reservations.
We will continue to monitor this evolving situation closely to determine best steps for any future meetings and events. We appreciate the understanding and patience of our members and presenters during this unprecedented time.
This is a two-day training for county board members and superintendents scheduled on Sunday, March 15 - Monday, March 16, 2020 at the Embassy Suites in Sacramento, CA; located about 15 minutes from the Sacramento Airport. County board members and superintendents alike can expect to gain in-depth county-focused learning opportunities on equity-LGBTQ policy, SELPA's, county wide attendance and appellate role, charter schools, legislative advocacy and more.
Dates: Sunday, March 15 - Monday, March 16, 2020
Time: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm (Registration will open at 8:00 am)
Program: (Agenda is subject to change. Lunch, networking reception on Sunday evening and meeting materials are included)
• CCBE/CSBA Partnership: This session covers partnership with CCBE and CSBA.
• Appellate Role of The County Board of Education: Participants will receive updates on the appeal procedures for expulsions, inter-district transfers, appeals and attendance coordinators.
• Achieving Educational Equity: This session will cover resources related to equity and lessons from the equity network focused on, but not limited to: race, gender, socio economic/class, immigration, sexual orientation (LGBTQ and Equity Coordinator), etc., that serve the education needs of these students, their families, staff and community in their role as policymakers and influencers, as well as outline what county boards can do as a result of their role to ensure their policies reflect these groups.
• Charter Schools: Fulfilling your charter school responsibilities with excellence: Understanding county specific roles, governing board policies, charter petition review, oversight, charter renewal decisions, procedures for revocation and common practices to support high quality authorizing.
• SELPA: Attendees will be provided an understanding of SELPA background and how special education is organized in California.
• Local Control and Accountability Plans (LCAP): Attendees will receive information on what is trending regarding Local Control Accountability Plans (LCAP) and what the county board’s role and responsibilities are to ensure all student group needs are met.
• Legislative Advocacy: This session covers why Advocacy Matters and how education leaders can have a good working relationship with policymakers and opinion leaders and help you to sharpen your skills, learn about important topics and share ideas with colleagues and state legislators.
To download a detailed agenda of the workshop, click here.